Get Lucky (Daft Punk song) (with fake Daft Punk, "Paft Dunk", on stage) Normal Person (with fake Daft Punk, "Paft Dunk", on stage) Neighborhood #3 (Power Out) Rebellion (Lies) Joan of Arc The Suburbs The Suburbs (Continued) Ready to Start Neighborhood #1 (Tunnels) Crown of Love No Cars Go We Exist Afterlife It's Never Over (Hey Orpheus) Sprawl II (Mountains Beyond Mountains) Reflektor Controversy (Prince cover) (with Beck) Here Comes the Night Time Wake Up Wake Up (with Preservation Hall Jazz Band) (sung by the band as they walked through the crowd) Iko Iko (The Dixie Cups song) (with Preservation Hall Jazz Band) (sung by the band as they walked through the crowd)
At the beginning of the set, two people walked out on stage dressed up as Daft Punk (white suits, white helmets and gold visors) and started playing "Get Lucky". Win Butler then introduced them as "Paft Dunk" and kicked them off stage after the second song ("Normal Person").
Beck joined the band for a cover of Prince's "Controversy".
After the last song, "Wake Up", after the power/PA had been cut to the stage, the band walked around out in the crowd, alongside the Preservation Hall Jazz Band (who were playing brass and percussion) and sang "Wake Up" and the Dixie Cups song "Iko Iko" with the crowd following and singing along.
Like the weekend 1 performance, during "Afterlife", a performer dressed in a mirror/disco-ball suit danced on a platform out in the crowd.